show mld

show mld {vlan} {name}


This command can be used to display an MLD-related configuration and group information, per VLAN or for the switch as a whole.

Syntax Description

name Specifies a VLAN name.



Usage Guidelines

If you do not specify a VLAN, the command displays the switch configuration.


The following is sample output from the show mld command:

# show mld
VLAN            IP Address                           Flags  nLRMA  nLeMA MLDver
Default         ::/0                                ---iz-      0      0      0
v1              ::/0                                U--iz-      0      5      0
Flags:   (f) Forwarding Enabled, (g) Fast-learning on, (i) MLD Enabled,
(m) Multicast Forwarding Enabled, (U) Interface Up,
(z) MLD Snooping Enabled.
(nLeMA) Number of Learned Multicast Addresses
(nLRMA) Number of Locally Registered Multicast Addresses

The following command displays the MLD configuration for VLAN v1:

# show mld v1
Query Interval    : 125 sec
Max Response Time : 10 sec
Last Member Query : 1 sec
Robustness        : 2
Interface on VLAN v1 is enabled and up.
inet6 ::/0
Locally registered multicast addresses:
Learned multicast addresses(Last Querier=fe80::204:96ff:fe3a:ce50):
ff02::2                         ff02::1:ff56:5c2b
ff02::1:ff00:2                  ff02::1:ff3a:ce50
s = static MLD member
IP Fwding  NO     IPmc Fwding  NO             MLD YES
MLD Ver  v0        Snooping YES


This command was first available in ExtremeXOS 11.2.

Platform Availability

This command is available on the platforms listed for the IPv6 multicast routing feature in the Switch Engine 32.3 Feature License Requirements document.